Alison Kuhlman

Alison Kuhlman is a graduate of the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Environmental Engineering and a minor in Humanitarian Engineering. While at Mines she was involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and both formed and led the missions team. Passionate about drinking water she continued her career at Denver Water in drinking water treatment engineering at the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment as a drinking water analyst. After getting married, she relocated to the Western Slope of Colorado and works in the environmental engineering field. Alison is excited that Engineering for Hope combines some of her favorite things: Jesus, missions, social justice, and cross cultural relationships, and mentoring college students in all of them!


Ashley Begley

Ashley holds a Master of Public Policy from Georgetown University, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Chemical & Biochemical Engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Ashley currently works on science and technology policy with SRI International just outside of Washington, DC. She has experience from nonprofits, government, and the private sectors. Ashley also previously served on the Board of Compassion by the Book. She serves as Co-Treasurer.


Ryan Rowlette

Ryan Rowlette has worked as a campus minister with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship for 19 years. His passion is to see students whole-heartedly follow Jesus throughout their lives, becoming people who bring hope and life to a dark and decaying world. His questioning and leadership led to the formation of Engineering for Hope. He and his wife Angie and their daughter live in Arvada CO.


Katie Mills

Katie currently works as a Drilling Optimization Engineer for DrillScan in Houston, TX. After graduating from Colorado School of Mines with a BS in Petroleum Engineering she began her career working in the field in Southern Mexico. After 3 years in Villahermosa, Tabasco and 7 months in Cuidad del Carmen, Campeche, Katie moved back to Houston and joined the Board of EFH shortly afterwards. She serves as Co-Treasurer.

Will Kuhlman

Will Kuhlman

Will grew up in Montrose on the western slope of Colorado. After visiting Hong Kong and Columbia as a teenager, he began to develop compassion for people with a lack of access to resources and opportunities. He attended the Colorado School of Mines, majoring in environmental engineering and minoring in humanitarian engineering, hoping to one day use his education to help others.
Today, Will lives in Grand Junction, Colorado and works for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship, a national college campus ministry. One of the things he loves most about his job is getting to see the trajectory of students lives change for the better. He and his wife, Alison, who is also on the board for EFH, love traveling and have visited some amazing places like Nicaragua and New Zealand. Will dabbles in fly fishing and is wondering when it’s too soon to re-read and/or re-watch The Lord of the Rings.